By Hindustan Times
Director Nikhil Advani, whose animated film Delhi Safari hit theatres this Friday, believes films should be made to encourage art and not just with the motive of earning Rs.100 crore. "I believe if we are making films only for Rs. 100 crore, just for the magic number of 100 crore, then we
are not doing justice. Then we should sit at the cash counter and sell something else," the 41-year-old said here in an interview at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.
"I think films should be made for encouraging art and doing something better. We all need to do our bit," he added.
Delhi Safari deals with the fight of animals who are in danger to lose out on their homes when forests are encroached up